Sonate Arpeggione En La Mineur D 821 (for Clarinet & Piano)

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Until then clarinets could only play one scale. The notes in the diagram are the harmonics. The notes in the sound file are the notes played by overblowing, without using register keys. It's a great little recorded I just don't have time for it anymor... Because clarinets overblow at the twelfth rather than the octave, they need keys to control more notes in each register than oboes, flutes, or bassoons do. Some of the screws have a dot of Lock-Tight on them that was put on at the factory.

Pages: 42

Publisher: Universal Edition (April 15, 2012)

ISBN: 0043089739

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